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"Colorblindness": It's Heartbreaking when Black Children Have to Plead for the Lives of their Parents; Supreme Court Cases, Graham v. Connor and Tennessee v. Garner Need to be Revisited

Human life is ultimately a intricate network. Tragic deaths as a result of police involved shootings, just like any other murders, causes significant damage to a family. 81 more words


Donald J. Trump Jr's Interview With SilencerCo

For those unfamiliar with SilencerCo, they’re a pretty major manufacturer of firearms suppressors in the US.  They have a reputation as a good company, but also one that doesn’t shy away from pushing for further Second Amendment rights.  576 more words

Second Amendment

Sandra Day O'Connor

Sandra Day O’Connor is a retired Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. She served from her appointment on this date in 1981 by Ronald Regan until her retirement in 2006. 11 more words

This Day In History

Today in Texas History - September 23

From the Annals of the Halls of Justice –  In 1899, Thomas Campbell Clark was born in Dallas.  Clark was born to a family of lawyers.  129 more words

Today In Texas History

Thoughts on the US Constitution

As a political science major in college, I was required to take at least one Constitutional Law course. Intimidated by the prospect of taking a law class, I put off taking Constitutional Law until my last quarter before graduation. 737 more words

The Streets Are Alive with the Sound of Surveillance

Chattanooga, TN is currently debating whether to continue the use of a particular advanced line of streetlights that offer  the potential for implementing several exciting and useful features. 1,736 more words

Law And Government